Punta Cana nightclub in which six minors were found drinking alcoholic beverages is closed
The Public Prosecutor’s Office closed provincially, early Saturday morning, a discotheque where six minors were caught drinking alcoholic beverages in Punta Cana.
The business, called Molly, is located in La Doble Vía and was closed in a provincial manner by the magistrate prosecutor of the area of Verón Punta Cana, Denny Guerrero.
Guerrero was accompanied by the prosecutor for Children and Adolescents, Rocio Garcia, and the person in charge of the National Council for Children and Adolescents (Conani) in the area, Hecmar Leonardo.
According to the authorities, the minors are between 15 and 16 years old and were handed over to their parents.
Guerrero further stated that the owner of the establishment would be brought to justice and that the Public Prosecutor’s Office would request imprisonment against him for violation of articles 22, 23, 396, and 412 of the Code for the Protection and Fundamental Rights of Children and Adolescents (Law 136-03).
What is interesting is the La Doble Via is two street corners away from the police station at the Veron crossroad.
Punta Cana or little Haiti.
Who cares? The legal drinking age is 18. Close enough. I guess the owner didn’t pay the bribe, because the grin-hoes resort owners never have any issues.
its all over not just in PC …again blowing smoke….
I can agree with your comment.